Visit Canyonlands & Dead Horse State Point
CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK & FISHER TOWERS
Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point are two highly popular parks near Moab. These parks showcase Utah’s immense desert landscape of canyons and high desert woodland, as well as breathtaking natural views. A flightseeing tour of these parks offer panoramic views of Canyonland’s pinnacles and buttes and the brightly colored potash salt ponds in Dead Horse Point. Over many years, the elements have created the many layers of rocks in the canyon county, laying the foundation for the current state of the parks.
This combination air tour of Canyonlands National Park, Fisher Towers and Dead Horse Point is a great value, and will be the highlight of your Moab trip. There is no other way to visit Utah’s national and state parks so comprehensively and comfortably. Gain access to the remote, restricted districts of Canyonlands and get off the trails in Dead Horse State Park by taking to the air. Dead Horse Point is one of few areas you can see panoramic views of the Colorado River, Canyonlands and the La Sal Mountain range in one look.
What you’ll see
Island in the Sky
The land of Standing Rocks
Confluence of the Colorado and Green rivers
Dead Horse Point
Potash Salt Ponds
Thelma & Louise Famous Cliff
ANSWERS TO ALL OF YOUR QUESTIONS
DO WE ACTUALLY FLY OVER THE PARKS?
Yes! You will fly directly over the Canyonlands National Park, and Dead Horse State Park.
WHAT SHOULD WE BRING?
Water, a light jacket, camera, and a smile.
WHAT IS THE MINIMUM AGE?
All ages are welcome on our flights! Children over 24 months must sit in their own seat on the plane. Booster pillows are provided by Redtail Air. Children under the age of 12 are half price on all flights.
HOW BIG IS THE PLANE? HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN FIT?
Up to 9 in a single plane, multiple planes for larger groups